Nursery rhymes AIBU
GhostlyFigureAtTheEndOfYourBed · 06/08/2015 12:08
AIBU to be totally freaked out about this?
I live in a farm and these past few nights I swear I have seen my scarecrow come to life He shakes his hand and feet and sings while his hat is flopping about. Really scared me, though I suppose it's good for scaring the crows! WWYD?
YakTriangle · 06/08/2015 12:19
The other day I was just sitting minding my own business, when this girl comes and sits down near me eating something that looked like curds and whey, although God knows why anyone would eat that muck. So I say hello, trying to be friendly and she legs it! Rude cow. So as not to drop feed, I'm a spider, if that's relevant.
WoonerismSpit · 06/08/2015 12:23
I recently bought a few monkeys to keep me company (I know, I know, I didn't think it through). The little bastards won't sit still though, and night time is a nightmare.
They keep jumping all over the bed, and one of them will always fall off. I took them to the doctors about the massive egg on his head but all the doctor told me was not to let them jump on the bed. Well that's great advice, but it's not as simple as that is it? Has he ever tried putting monkeys in a human bedroom? And he still didn't address its head injury.
AIBU to ask to see another GP?
sugar21 · 06/08/2015 12:29
I work in an hotel and last evening I booked in a Mr and Mrs Spratt, they had very specific dietary requirements and insisted I took note of these and passed them toute suite to the Chef. Ya see Mr Spratt had high cholesterol and could eat no fat and Mrs Spratt could not stress enough that she could eat no lean. Very nice couple actually.
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